Happy New Year! We are so excited to kick off another year with our awesome team and amazing clientele!
Some people say you should never look back, but here at Guardian we believe looking back helps you see how far you’ve come. In 2018 we achieved a lot; we added Pest Control to our list of services, welcomed a visit from the Mayor of Auburn, emphasized safety and technical training within our team, helped 489 homeowners replace their roofs, won the Angie’s List 2018 Super Service Award, started the Guardian Halo Project, and was featured on the cover of Roofing Contractor magazine, all within 365 days. We’re proud of our accomplishments and humbled that we get to do what we love every day.
We’re so excited for what’s around the corner in 2019 and we hope you’ll take this journey with us!
Congratulations to Mrs. Cindy Lu Vaughn on being selected as the 1st ever recipient of the Guardian Halo Project!
Guardian Home recently announced the winner of the newly established Halo Project which awards one homeowner in dire need a major roof repair or roof replacement, which they otherwise might not be able to afford on their own. Guardian has historically offered this award through partnerships however this year they decided to start the Halo Project on their own.
Contestants were encouraged to apply themselves or nominate others starting Thanksgiving Day, 2018 through December 31, 2018. The primary qualifying requirements for the project were nominees must be 21 years of age or older, own the home in question, reside in that home and are current on the mortgage payments.On January 4th 2019, Guardian announced Cindy Lu Vaughn as the winner of the roof giveaway.
Mrs. Cindy Lu Vaughn of Federal Way Washington is the recipient of the first ever Guardian Halo Project. As as the beloved neighborhood grandma whose doors are always open to anyone in need, Mrs. Vaughn received an overwhelming amount of nominations from her local community. After reading through all of the glowing nominations it became clear that this tight knit community wanted to give back to the woman who had given so much to them, even while despite her own struggles. Mrs. Vaughn is recovering from a brain bleed from two years ago and Mr. Vaughn is battling serious health issues of his own. Friends and neighbors always see a cheery disposition despite the couple’s dire circumstances.
The Vaughn’s home, while filled with warmth and good cheer, is in bad shape due to the deterioration of their roof. A large portion is in such poor condition that it has been tarped-off for the last two years and the majority of the roof is in disrepair.
According to Guardian’s Lori Swanson, ”Giving back to the community is at the core of Guardian and we are so excited to be able to help such a worthy recipient as Cindy Lu Vaughn.”
Follow the Halo Project and Cindy Lu’s story by checking out Guardian’s Facebook page.
Guardian Earns 2018 Angie’s List Super Service Award
“Award reflects company’s consistently high level of customer service”.
Guardian Roofing is proud to announce that we have earned the home service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award (SSA). This award honors service professionals who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List in 2018.
This month’s featured review:
“The technician was very professional. He was receptive to my concerns and provided feedback after the service was completed. Thank you for going the extra mile. I appreciated the excellent clean up job.”
This month, we are rewarding Paul H, David H. and Sharon H. Be on the lookout for a pair of Movie Theater E-tickets to arrive in your email inbox soon!
5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home
Every year when January rolls around you vow to lose weight, save money or spend more time with family and friends. But what goals do you set for your home?
Raise the roof with a little humor to brighten your day from Guardian Roofing.
WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!
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Donate to One Warm Coat
Guardian is holding a One Warm Coat Drive! Between now and January 31st, donate your gently used coats and we’ll distribute them here in our local community to any person in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation. Call for a coat pickup or drop them off at our office. For more information visit our drive page or call (877) 926-9966 . Thank you!